EU’s top diplomat condemns ‘terrorist attack’ in call with Iran FM


The EU’s top diplomat Josep Borrell offered his condolences to Iran after what he described as a “terrorist attack” that killed near 100 people during a call with Iran’s foreign minister, Paralel.Az reports citing The Times of Israel.

Borrell spoke to Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian “to convey condolences following the horrific bombings today in Kerman that killed dozens of civilians”, the EU’s foreign policy chief says on social media.

“I condemned this terrorist attack in the strongest terms and expressed solidarity with the Iranian people,” Borrell adds.